Waterlogged parts of the Southern Plains and Ohio Valley will get another round of heavy rain this week as a disturbance currently over Oklahoma moves northeast. Farther south, a tropical disturbance is bringing very heavy rain to parts of southern Florida today, and will continue to do so as it moves slowly northwest over the next 2-3 days. Meanwhile in the West, an incoming trough will bring the chance for some high elevation snow to parts of Montana before fueling a renewed severe weather setup as we move into next week. I discuss each of these in a bit more detail in this afternoon’s video discussion below.
To see how much rain is expected in your town this week, check out our Forecast Ensemble tools.
To track the heavy rain ongoing this afternoon in Florida, check out our HD radar tool.
To keep an eye on forecasts for the West Coast system, look to our extensive ECMWF map collection.